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The New Perdomo Double Aged 12 Year Vintage Cigars
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#1 Posted:
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Good afternoon all! We are very excited to let you know about the newest upcoming release from Perdomo Cigars!
The New Perdomo Double Aged 12 Year Vintage is a blend of our finest and most cherished 12 year old fillers, binders, and wrappers. These rare tobaccos have been carefully bale aged for ten years and then barrel aged for an additional two years! Using our proprietary double-aging process, each leaf of seco, viso, ligero, binder, and wrapper is aged in charred, white oak bourbon barrels. This unique double-aging process ensures the perfect color, texture, aroma, and flavor in these tobaccos, making each cigar a well-balanced and full-flavored smoking experience.

Available in the following wrappers and sizes:
Sun Grown
Connecticut
Maduro

Robusto 5 x 56
Epicure 6 x 56
Churchill 7 x 56
Gordo Extra 6 1/2 x 60
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chazbo Offline
#2 Posted:
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Looking forward to trying theseHerfing
gryphonms Offline
#3 Posted:
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Wish they would have at least 1 smaller ring gauge.
TMCTLT Offline
#4 Posted:
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gryphonms wrote:
Wish they would have at least 1 smaller ring gauge.



+1 yessir
rfenst Offline
#5 Posted:
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gryphonms wrote:
Wish they would have at least 1 smaller ring gauge.


+1
56-60 ring gauge is way too big and a non-starter for me.
frozenphoenix1 Offline
#6 Posted:
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+2 on the RG
opelmanta1900 Online
#7 Posted:
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+3... nothing under a 56 means I can't/won't even try the blend...
gryphonms Offline
#8 Posted:
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^my viewpoint also. My RPG cut off is 50.
madspackler Offline
#9 Posted:
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I will definitely give these a try. The larger ring gauge does not scare me off.

Wonder what brand of whiskey barrels were used for the aging?
billyboy03 Offline
#10 Posted:
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Sounds great. I think you should send us all a sampler, think of all the great reviews you would get from all the great BOTL/SOTL,this is just for your benft of course. yea yea that it
Philly Jack Offline
#11 Posted:
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Sounds interesting but the ring gauge is a turn off
ZRX1200 Offline
#12 Posted:
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Would love a traditional robusto or corona gorda, but I will probably try one.
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#13 Posted:
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ZRX1200 wrote:
Would love a traditional robusto or corona gorda, but I will probably try one.

maybe one...but still too fat. Curious about the aging results though.
Puffnstuff79 Offline
#14 Posted:
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My shpo is a Perdomo tramp, I'm sure I'll be giving these a couple rounds
bs_kwaj Offline
#15 Posted:
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Think Where can you buy some of these?



Whistle
Puffnstuff79 Offline
#16 Posted:
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bs_kwaj wrote:
Think Where can you buy some of these?



Whistle


LolFrying pan
edwarderc2 Offline
#17 Posted:
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Agree with tha above posters. Love Perdomo's smokes, but nothing bigger than a 50.
shaun341 Offline
#18 Posted:
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I will probably try a maduro robusto (love maduros) but I have to agree with others here a 50 rg would have been nice.
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#19 Posted:
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shaun341 wrote:
I will probably try a maduro robusto (love maduros) but I have to agree with others here a 50 rg would have been nice.

yup. a 56 ring is simply not a robusto.
bs_kwaj Offline
#20 Posted:
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All you ring gauge snobs are probably gonna miss out on a good cigar.

Heheh... Sorry... just got back from the Vets Hall.. and a, you know, coupla beers....

madspackler Offline
#21 Posted:
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bs_kwaj wrote:
All you ring gauge snobs are probably gonna miss out on a good cigar.

Heheh... Sorry... just got back from the Vets Hall.. and a, you know, coupla beers....



+1
opelmanta1900 Online
#22 Posted:
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to the contrary, I think all those perdomo blends with nothing but big ring gauge's are gonna miss out on some good cigar smokers...
bs_kwaj Offline
#23 Posted:
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^ Well, there is that...
TMCTLT Offline
#24 Posted:
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opelmanta1900 wrote:
to the contrary, I think all those perdomo blends with nothing but big ring gauge's are gonna miss out on some good cigar smokers...



+1 Applause
Whistlebritches Offline
#25 Posted:
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Are you guys even listening?Every time you stroll through here promoting one of your new cigars what have you heard............PLEASE HAVE AT LEAST ONE VITOLA A SMALLER RG.Corona size is my wish but I think most would be happy even with a traditional robusto(5X50).I have not bought one Perdomo cigar since y'all started rolling out these behemoth rg's and I don't intend to til you listen.I know I am only one guy..............with lots of cigar smoking FB friends.Let the boycott begin!


Ron
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#26 Posted:
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I would love to see this in a 50-54 ring.
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Whistlebritches wrote:
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Are you guys even listening?Every time you stroll through here promoting one of your new cigars what have you heard............PLEASE HAVE AT LEAST ONE VITOLA A SMALLER RG.Corona size is my wish but I think most would be happy even with a traditional robusto(5X50).I have not bought one Perdomo cigar since y'all started rolling out these behemoth rg's and I don't intend to til you listen.I know I am only one guy..............with lots of cigar smoking FB friends.Let the boycott begin!


Ron

corona would be enticing.
Puffnstuff79 Offline
#28 Posted:
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Less filling, tastes great
kombat96 Offline
#29 Posted:
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Puffnstuff79 wrote:
Less filling, tastes great

Short filler, tastes like crap
danmdevries Offline
#30 Posted:
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I bought a couple handfuls of perdomos but have used the majority in trades bombs and giveaways. Have never smoked one myself. I have a few left that ill get to eventually. Ill consider trying these as I have had a few excellent fat cigars, but many many more excellent 50and under.

Ive never had a boutique corona or robusto that didnt deliver. Im sure you guys could do it. Is it really that much more profitable to cater only to the fat cigar audience?

Ill admit I dont know much about cigar production but id imagine simply by cost per pound you'd get greater return on a smaller cigar at the same price as a larger one saving a couple filler leaves and less wrapper to boot.
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#31 Posted:
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Good morning all.

First of all.

Perdomo cigars make many small ring gauge cigars.

1. Perdomo 10th Anniversary

5x38
55/8x46
6x50

2 Perdomo Lot23
1. all 50 ring gauges except 2

3. Perdomo reserve Cameroon
41/2x44

4.Perdomo Habano Petite Corona
43/4x44

5. Perdomo Minis
31/2x32

Just to mention a few.

I have made many lanceros, petite coronas, londales, coronas throughout my last 23 years and still do. I personally smoke different ring gauge cigars because of my profession. I personally don't like anything bigger than a 60 ring. But it is not about me, it's about YOU THE CUSTOMER and what you eamil and request. It's also about what our retailers are requesting for thier consumers.

It takes 29 lbs of filler to make a 42-46 ring per 1000, 32 lbs to make a 50 ring and a whopping 62 per lbs to make a 60 ring gauge!!
So you can imagine that as a businessman and true cigar maker that 42 thru 50 ring gauge is much better for profits. However many cigar lovers are requesting 52 thru 60 ring gauges like you wouldn't believe! Any cigarmaker will tell you that 38 thru the 48 ring gauge market is quite slow to say the very least.I believe that Perdomo makes ring gauges that will satisfy all.

Give this cigar a shot I believe that you all will love it.

Hope this helps answer the reasons on why we sometime pick different ring gauges.

All my best to you all.

Nick

Nick Perdomo

President Perdomo Cigars

www.PerdomoCigars.com
bs_kwaj Offline
#32 Posted:
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I love me some Perdomos....

Herfing

Got some 20th Anniversarys on the way...
t33bone Offline
#33 Posted:
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rfenst wrote:
+1
56-60 ring gauge is way too big and a non-starter for me.

+1 but will def try
schusler Offline
#34 Posted:
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Anyone got info on a place with a great price on these?
russman Offline
#35 Posted:
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mmmmmmm ready !!!!
ZRX1200 Offline
#36 Posted:
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And I still haven't bought one......Nick appreciate the post, which 10th Anniversary is available in 5x38?? I don't remember the last time (read ever) I saw a Perdomo Lancero or Londsdale.

I have bought many Cameroon petites, and tons of "standard" robustos of all types.

I may well end up trying one of these but honestly I don't have the TIME to invest in a huge cigar and I prefer the flavor and feel of a traditional sized vitola.

Best wishes Nick.
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